Trade mission to Hull

Thursday, 24 November 2022


Register for this event

You are invited to attend the trade mission to Hull hosted by North Sea Port (the Dutch-Belgian port Vlissingen, Terneuzen and Ghent), in close collaboration with Associated British Ports, Flanders Invest & Trade and the Belgian-Luxemburg Chamber of Commerce. This trade mission will take place on Thursday, November 24th, and will bring together leading companies from Belgium and the Netherlands, the UK, trade associations, UK and EU customs, and other key players in logistics.  

Breaking down barriers, building bridges  

Meeting people and creating synergies. That is what this trade mission is all about. It offers the ideal platform for industry professionals, trade associations and government agencies to share ideas and discuss the challenges and opportunities in the logistics industry.  

North Sea Port is Europe’s premier port in food/feed, offshore and breakbulk, and is key player in many other sectors such as warehousing. Moreover, it is Europe’s number 3 in added-value with € 12.5 bln generated in 2021.


  • Date: Thursday, November 24th  
  • Duration: 10:30 AM - 3 PM BST 

Venue in Hull and speakers will be confirmed shortly.


10:30 AM

Welcoming & registration

11:00 AM

Start conference  

11:30 AM

Round table discussion

Trade barriers and challenges in logistics

12:00 PM

Round table discussion

Opportunities and solutions for trade between the UK and EU 

12:30 PM

Networking lunch

02:00 PM

Face-to-face meetings with delegates from North Sea Port  

3:00 PM

End of conference

Confirmed North Sea Port partners

Interface Terminal Gent

Stukwerkers/I-motion Shipping

Katoen Natie


Transuniverse Forwarding

5G Multimodal

Tailormade Logistics




Don’t miss out on this opportunity - Register now 


Discover more about North Sea Port’s long-term partnership with the UK and register here. Updates will follow shortly. So, stay tuned. 

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